An anti-bullying network and a remote medical monitoring device were among five of the pioneering IT projects that carried off the honours at the eWell-Being awards last week.
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Set up to promote the environmental, economic and social benefits of IT, the awards were developed by research body SustainIT and are supported by BT.
Bullying Online, a charity that helps parents and children deal with bullying, won the digital inclusion category for using IT to bridge the digital divide.
Telemedic Systems scooped the wireless award for its VitalLink 1200, a medical monitoring device designed for use in remote locations.